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Father (2007 film)

The film takes place after the war, but Alexei Ivanov is still scared. He is afraid that his children and wife have forgotten him. Also disturbing is the girl Masha, who returns to her hometown. They meet on a train that takes them home. Alexey l ...

                                               

Untypical Story

The film tells about a Russian woman who lost her husband and eldest son and decides to hide her youngest son in the attic and keep him there until the war ends. But things did not go as she wanted.

                                               

Man with an Accordion

Dmitry Gromtsev broke up with his girlfriend as a result of the war. He was wounded and because of this refused to perform in operetta. But the love of domestic music and the desire to do good turned out to be stronger than circumstances.

                                               

Maggie Anderson (disambiguation)

Maggie Anderson activist born 1971, American advocate of buying from businesses owned by African Americans Maggie Anderson, actress in Corpus Callosum 2007 film

                                               

Mr. Rock n Roll: The Alan Freed Story

Mr. Rock n Roll: The Alan Freed Story is a 1999 American television film directed by Andy Wolk and starring Judd Nelson as Alan Freed. It is based on John A. Jacksons book Big Beat Heat: Alan Freed and the Early Years of Rock & Roll.

                                               

Raumati South

Raumati South is a coastal community on the Kapiti Coast of New Zealands North Island. It is 50km north-west of Wellington, and immediately south of Raumati Beach and south-west of Paraparaumu. The Maungakotukutuku area is located inland. "Raumat ...

                                               

Quim Magazine

Quim: for dykes of all sexual persuasions was a sex positive lesbian magazine published between 1989 and 1994 with a further issue published in 2001. The magazine was edited by Sophie Moorcock and Lulu Belliveau, who had previously worked as a ph ...

                                               

Water boatman

Water boatman as a type of aquatic insect can mean: Sigara, a genus known as water boatmen in New Zealand Arctocorisa arguta, in genus Arctocorisa and subfamily Corixinae, known as water boatmen in New Zealand Notonecta glauca, a species known as ...

                                               

Vers

Vers may refer to: an abbreviation for the trigonometric function "versine" Vers Lot, a river of southern France, tributary of the Lot an alias for Carol Danvers in the 2019 superhero film Captain Marvel Vers Lahn, a river of Hesse, Germany an ac ...

                                               

High Voltage (2018 film)

High Voltage is a 2018 American science fiction horror film written and directed by Alex Keledjian and starring David Arquette, Allie Gonino, Ryan Donowho, Perrey Reeves and Luke Wilson. The film was also known as Hollow Body.

                                               

The Omegans

The Omegans is a 1968 American science fiction thriller film directed by W. Lee Wilder and starring Keith Larsen, Ingrid Pitt and Lucien Pan. It was shot on location in the Philippines.

                                               

Stephanie Neuman

Stephanie Neuman was an American political scientist specializing in international relations, comparative foreign policy, the international arms trade and Third World security. She was born on October 30, 1931 in New York City and died on April 1 ...

                                               

Wutong

Another Wutong Spirit, another Strange Tales story The Wutong Spirits, a Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio story based on the Wutong Shen Wutong Shen, a group of five sinister deities from southern China

                                               

Ek Mamnua Muhabbat Ki Kahani

Ek Mamnua Muhabbat ki Kahani is the second novel by Rahman Abbas. It was first published in 2009 and was awarded Best Novel of The Year in 2011 by the Universal Society for Peace and Research. The book was an immediate success in the Urdu speakin ...

                                               

Collision Course (Asleep at the Wheel album)

Collision Course is the sixth album by American country band Asleep at the Wheel. Produced by Joel Dorn at Regent Sound Studios in New York City, it was released in June 1978 as the groups fourth and final studio album on Capitol Records. After 1 ...

                                               

Served Live

Served Live is the first live album by American country band Asleep at the Wheel. Recorded over two nights at the Austin Opry House in Austin, Texas in January 1979, it was produced by the bands frontman Ray Benson with Chuck Flood, and released ...

                                               

Saint Joseph Catholic Academy

Saint Joseph Catholic Academy was a private Roman Catholic elementary school, located in the heart of Brookfield, a town in Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States, and served Pre-K through Eighth Grade. Opened in 1958, it closed in June of ...

                                               

Am Kupfergraben

Am Kupfergraben is the name of an almost 500 metre long street in the Berlin district Mitte of the district of the same name. It is located in the historic Dorotheenstadt district.

                                               

Hofton and Son

The business started in 1846 with Levi Hofton 1816 - 1870 who operated as a joiner and undertaker in Beeston, Nottingham. His son Robert Gamble Hofton 1848 - 1912 succeeded him in the business and the business moved into general building contract ...

                                               

State Fairgrounds Speedway (disambiguation)

There are several speedways/raceways/race tracks at state fairgrounds in the United States: Milwaukee Mile; West Allis, Wisconsin Music City Motorplex; Nashville, Tennessee State Fairgrounds Speedway, Raleigh, North Carolina Louisiana State Fair ...

                                               

Palaeologus-Montferrat

The House of Palaeologus-Montferrat or Palaiologos-Montferrat, or just Palaeologus or Paleologo, was an Italian noble family and a cadet branch of the Palaiologos dynasty, the last ruling family of the Byzantine Empire. The cadet branch was creat ...

                                               

Shimon Maryles

Rabbi Shimon Maryles from Jaroslaw, also known as Rabbi Shimon Yerslover, founder of Yeruslav Hasidism.

                                               

Roger Vaughan (disambiguation)

Roger Vaughan was an English Benedictine monk of Downside Abbey and Roman Catholic Archbishop of Sydney, 1877–1883. Roger Vaughan may also refer to: Roger Vaughan of Clyro, Welsh politician Sir Roger Vaughan of Porthamal, Welsh knight, MP for Bre ...

                                               

Church of St. Joseph

St. Josephs Church is the name of numerous churches that are named for Saint Joseph, some of which are located in: For a complete list, see List of churches named after Saint Joseph

                                               

Paul Laband

Laband was born into a Jewish family and converted to Christianity in 1857. He studied law at Breslau, Heidelberg and Berlin, and obtained his habilitation in Heidelberg in 1861. He was called to teach at Konigsberg in 1864, and at Strasbourg in ...

                                               

Gymkhana Club

Gymkhana Club is the club or gentlemans club associated with gymkhana, a British-colonial term for sports club; many are called simply Gymkhana in short. HUDA Gymkhana Club, Rohtak Poona Gymkhana Ground Hindu Gymkhana disambiguation HUDA Gymkhana ...

                                               

King Hoth Baloch

Hoth Khan Baloch, also known as Hoath Khan Baloch, was a ruler of what is now Balochistan and one of the four sons of Jalal Khan, the founder of the Baloch people. He was one of the five founding members of the five main Baloch divisions/tribes. ...

                                               

Alsilsila Gate (Jerusalem)

The Bab al-Silsila is one of the gates of the Al-Aqsa Mosque within the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem. It is located in the western porch of the mosque in the Islamic Quarter between the Ashrafieh School in the north and the Altaknuzia Schoo ...

                                               

Alqatanin Gate

Alqatanin Gate is one of the doors of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, which is located on the western side of the Al-Aqsa Mosque Square. It is one of the important and beautiful main doors leading to the mosque. It was centered in the year 1336 AD, and this ...

                                               

Alnnazir Gate (Jerusalem)

Alnnazir Gate, the door of the council, the door of confinement, or the door of Michael, one of the doors of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, inside the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem. It is located in the Islamic Quarter in the western porch of Al-Aqsa M ...

                                               

Andreas Palaiologos (son of Manuel)

Andreas Palaiologos or Palaeologus was the oldest son of Manuel Palaiologos and the only of his two sons to survive until adulthood. Andreas was likely named after his uncle, Manuels brother, Andreas Palaiologos. Andreass father had returned from ...

                                               

Hugh Moxey

Hugh Vincent Moxey was a 20th century British actor. In a career spanning 40 years he is best remembered in supporting roles in 1950s British war films, including classics such as The Dambusters and Sink the Bismarck!. His heyday was in the late ...

                                               

Bellini (disambiguation)

Bellini is an Italian surname. Bellini may also refer to: Favartia bellini, marine gastropod mollusk in the family Muricidae Teatro Massimo Bellini, opera house in Catania, Sicily Vellezzo Bellini, comune municipality in the Province of Pavia in ...

                                               

Valley Plaza

Valley Plaza was a shopping center in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, one of the first in the San Fernando Valley, opened in 1951. In the mid-1950s it claimed to be the largest shopping center on the West Coast of the United States and the third-la ...

                                               

Garbage landslide

A garbage landslide is a man-made event that occurs when poorly managed garbage mounds at landfills collapse with similar energy to natural landslides. These kinds of slides can be catastrophic as they sometimes occur near communities of people, ...

                                               

Jaime E. Rodriguez O.

Jaime Edmundo Rodriguez Ordoñez, historian of Latin America, particularly the independence-era in Mexico. His is now professor emeritus at the University of California, Irvine.

                                               

Paravur

Paravur may refer to: Paravur, Alappuzha, a village in Alappuzha district, Kerala, India Paravur, Kollam Malayalam: പരവൂർ, a municipality and town in Kerala, India North Paravur Malayalam: പറവൂർ, a municipality and town in Ernakulam district, Ker ...

                                               

Lalbagh

Lalbagh, also spelled Lal Bagh is a term in Hindustani and Persian language. Its meanings include "red garden" and "beloved garden". Lalbagh or Lal Bagh may refer to: Lal Bagh, an old botanical garden in Bangalore, India Lalbagh Palace, a residen ...

                                               

Jubilee Hall

Jubilee Hall may refer to: Jubilee Hall, University of Delhi, a hall build on the Jubilee celebration of the university of Delhi in 1947 Jubilee hall alumni- Dr. Satyapal Singh, Mr. Ranjan Gagoi, J.M Lingdoh, Bhupinder Singh Hodda, Kapil Sibbal, ...

                                               

Balaji Mandir

Balaji Mandir can refer to a number of temples dedicated to the Hindu deity Balaji, also known as Venkateswara. Sri Venkateswara Balaji Temple Minnesota, a temple in Edina, Minnesota, United States Balaji Mandir, Pune, a temple in Pashan, Pune, I ...

                                               

Paranjothi Easwarar Temple, Thanjakkoor

It is one of the shrines of the Vaippu Sthalams sung by Tamil Saivite Nayanar Sundarar. This place is also known as Adhi Vilvavana Kshetra, referring to the age old place which had many vilva trees.

                                               

Ekamra Kanan

Ekamra Kanan or Ekamra Kanan Botanical Gardens is a botanical garden and a park located in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India. This is the biggest park and one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. The park was established in 1985 and is s ...

                                               

Renaming of public places in Tamil Nadu (2020)

Tamil Nadus Tamil Official Language and Tamil Culture Minister K Pandiarajan have announced that the anglicised names of around 3.000 places in the State would be changed into Tamil. The names of places in Tamil will be transliterated into Englis ...

                                               

Prerana Issar

Prerana Issar is a British public servant and Chief People Officer at the National Health Service. At the National Health Service, Issar is involved with the People Programme, which looks to better support members of NHS staff. She has previously ...

                                               

Kurofune (horse)

Kurofune was an American-bred, Japanese-trained Thoroughbred racehorse and sire who won Grade 1 races on both turf and dirt. He showed promising form as a juvenile in 2000 when he won two of four races and ran third in a very strong edition of th ...

                                               

Craig House

Craig-Flowers House, Vicksburg, MS, listed on the NRHP in Mississippi Craig House Lancaster, South Carolina, listed on the NRHP in South Carolina Reinhardt-Craig House, Kiln and Pottery Shop, Vale, NC, listed on the NRHP in North Carolina Craig H ...

                                               

Saint Julian the Hospitaller with Christ the Redeemer

Saint Julian the Hospitaller with Christ the Redeemer is a fresco by Andrea del Castagno in the Feroni Chapel of Santissima Annunziata, Florence. Usually hidden behind an altarpiece by Carlo Loth since 1692, it was painted in 1451 on the construc ...

                                               

Yamada (disambiguation)

Yamada, Fukuoka-shi, a former city in Fukuoka Prefecture Yamada, Chiba-machi, a former town in Chiba Prefecture Yamada, Toyama-mura, a former village in Toyama Prefecture Yamada, Miyazaki-cho, a former town in Miyazaki Prefecture Yamada, Iwate-ma ...

                                               

Papaye Fast Food

Papaye Fast Food is a Ghanaian fast food company establish in December,1991 by Samir Kalmoni with its headquarters at spintex. It has tourist and locals visiting its outlets.

                                               

Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk

Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk is a common church dedication in Belgium and the Netherlands and may refer to: Basilica of Our Lady Maastricht, Netherlands Onze Lieve Vrouwetoren, Amersfoort, Netherlands Basiliek van Onze-Lieve-Vrouw-van-Hanswijk, Mechelen ...